Family Counselling

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We will give support to the people who need it to bring about the necessary changes, for example, changing or improving communication between family members can reduce conflict.

We are used to working with families of all shapes and sizes as sometimes their situation can be complex. [/cs_text][x_skill_bar heading=”

Family Counselling – top 5 presenting issues 01/10/16 to 30/09/17

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Family Counselling – top 5 underlying issues 01/10/16 to 30/09/17

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If you need some support at this difficult time in your life, we can provide you with private family counselling at £40 per 50 minute session from our premises in central Gateshead. Usually sessions take place weekly and on average you will need 4 – 6 sessions.

To book an appointment call 0191 466 1314.

We can provide free counselling if you are a war veteran or family member of a war veteran and live in Gateshead, a Carer in Gateshead or you are aged from 9 to 25 and live in Gateshead.

These services are funded by Newcastle/Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group.

If you are unsure whether counselling is for you, simply email us at and one of our counselling team will contact you to have a brief discussion.[/cs_text][/cs_column][/cs_row][/cs_section][/cs_content]